Sarah J Schoppe-Sullivan, Ph.D.
Sarah J Schoppe-Sullivan, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University
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Child characteristics, parenting stress, and parental involvement: Fathers versus mothers
BA McBride, SJ Schoppe, TR Rane
Journal of marriage and family 64 (4), 998-1011, 2002
Maternal gatekeeping, coparenting quality, and fathering behavior in families with infants.
SJ Schoppe-Sullivan, GL Brown, EA Cannon, SC Mangelsdorf, ...
Journal of family psychology 22 (3), 389, 2008
The production of inequality: The gender division of labor across the transition to parenthood
JE Yavorsky, CM Kamp Dush, SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan
Journal of marriage and family 77 (3), 662-679, 2015
Coparenting, family process, and family structure: implications for preschoolers' externalizing behavior problems.
SJ Schoppe, SC Mangelsdorf, CA Frosch
Journal of family Psychology 15 (3), 526, 2001
New parents' Facebook use at the transition to parenthood
MK Bartholomew, SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan, M Glassman, CM Kamp Dush, ...
Family relations 61 (3), 455-469, 2012
Associations between coparenting and marital behavior from infancy to the preschool years.
SJ Schoppe-Sullivan, SC Mangelsdorf, CA Frosch, JL McHale
Journal of Family Psychology 18 (1), 194, 2004
The mediating role of fathers' school involvement on student achievement
BA McBride, SJ Schoppe-Sullivan, MH Ho
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 26 (2), 201-216, 2005
The evolution of fathering research in the 21st century: Persistent challenges, new directions
SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan, J Fagan
Journal of Marriage and Family 82 (1), 175-197, 2020
Marital conflict and children’s adjustment: Evaluation of the parenting process model
SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan, AC Schermerhorn, EM Cummings
Journal of Marriage and Family 69 (5), 1118-1134, 2007
Gut microbiome composition is associated with temperament during early childhood
LM Christian, JD Galley, EM Hade, S Schoppe-Sullivan, CK Dush, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 45, 118-127, 2015
Parent characteristics as antecedents of maternal gatekeeping and fathering behavior
EA Cannon, SJ SCHOPPE‐SULLIVAN, SC Mangelsdorf, GL Brown, ...
Family process 47 (4), 501-519, 2008
Observed and reported supportive coparenting as predictors of infant—mother and infant—father attachment security
GL Brown, SJ Schoppe-Sullivan, SC Mangelsdorf, C Neff
Emerging Topics on Father Attachment, 117-133, 2014
Relations between coparenting and father involvement in families with preschool-age children.
R Jia, SJ Schoppe-Sullivan
Developmental Psychology 47 (1), 106, 2011
Goodness-of-fit in family context: Infant temperament, marital quality, and early coparenting behavior
SJ Schoppe-Sullivan, SC Mangelsdorf, GL Brown, MS Sokolowski
Infant Behavior and Development 30 (1), 82-96, 2007
Attachment and sensitivity in family context: The roles of parent and infant gender
SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan, ML Diener, SC Mangelsdorf, GL Brown, JL McHale, ...
Infant and child development 15 (4), 367-385, 2006
Unidimensional Versus Multidimensional Perspectives on Father Involvement.
SJ Schoppe-Sullivan, BA McBride, MHR Ho
Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research & Practice about Men as Fathers 2 (2), 2004
Maternal obesity is associated with alterations in the gut microbiome in toddlers
JD Galley, M Bailey, C Kamp Dush, S Schoppe-Sullivan, LM Christian
PloS one 9 (11), e113026, 2014
Coparenting behavior moderates longitudinal relations between effortful control and preschool children’s externalizing behavior
SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan, AH Weldon, J Claire Cook, EF Davis, CK Buckley
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 50 (6), 698-706, 2009
Fathers' involvement in child health care: associations with prenatal involvement, parents' beliefs, and maternal gatekeeping
BJ Zvara, SJ Schoppe‐Sullivan, CK Dush
Family relations 62 (4), 649-661, 2013
Predictors of supportive coparenting after relationship dissolution among at-risk parents.
CMK Dush, LE Kotila, SJ Schoppe-Sullivan
Journal of Family Psychology 25 (3), 356, 2011
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